PHOTOS: Denver Pioneers vs. Georgetown Hoyas

May 8, 2018

The Georgetown Hoyas defeated the Denver Pioneers 8-3 on May 5th for the 2018 Big East championship. Jake Carraway and Lucas Wittenberg each had three goals for the Hoyas, while Nick Marrocco made 14 saves in the win. Colin Rutan scored all three goals for Denver and Trevor Baptiste went 11-15 at the X. Both schools will participate in the annual NCAA lacrosse championship, with the Hoyas facing the fifth…

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PHOTOS: Maryland Terrapins @ Johns Hopkins Blue Jays, April 28

May 2, 2018

The Maryland Terrapins, defending NCAA DI champions, defeated the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays 8-7 in triple overtime on Saturday at Homewood Field in Baltimore. Joel Tinney and Alex Concannon had two goals each for Hopkins, while Shack Stanwick and Kyle Marr each had one goal and one assist. Connor DeSimone also scored. Logan Wisnauskas led the Terps with three goals and one helper. Tim Rotanz had two goals and one…

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NCAA: Dragons fire past Friars 11-10 in double OT

March 27, 2018

Marshal King nets game winner in double OT thriller, Fox and Bowering record hat tricks Sunday at Vidas Athletic Complex the Drexel Dragons (4-4) defeated the Providence Friars (3-6) 11-10 in a dramatic double overtime contest. Drexel has now won four of their last five, while the Friars have lost five straight. Coming into the game Drexel had won three of their last four, the latest a huge 15-10 victory…

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NCAA: Drexel upsets #11 Georgetown 15-10

March 23, 2018

Dragons Breathe Fire as Varian scores six, Koita dominates face-offs Saturday afternoon the Drexel Dragons (3-4) defeated the #11 Georgetown Hoyas (6-1) 15-10 at Vidas Athletic Complex in Philadelphia. Coming into the game, Georgetown was one of three remaining undefeated teams. Meanwhile, the Dragons had won two of last three games with the loss being a heartbreaker to city rival St. Joseph Hawks 10-9 earlier in the week. The Dragons…

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Maryland Terrapins: kings and queens of lacrosse

June 9, 2017

Lady Terps win third title in four years. Men break 42 year drought.   On Memorial Day, Maryland Lacrosse climbed to the top of the mountain in just about every way possible. On Sunday the Lady Terps won their 13th national championship, and their third in the last four seasons. During the past four years, the women have compiled a record of 89-3, including a 23-0 record this season. Head coach Cathy Reese has built an…

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NCAA: Tigers roar, defeat Syracuse 10-7

May 24, 2017

Seider & Drenner combine for eight points; Matt Hoy makes 12 saves as Towson heads to the Final Four for the first time since 2001. Sunday afternoon the Towson Tigers (12-4) defeated the Syracuse Orangemen (13-3) 10-7 in the quarterfinals of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships at the Bob Carpenter Complex at the University of Delaware. By the time the first quarter was over, the Tigers had built a six goal…

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Year in review: Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

May 18, 2017

Johns Hopkins’ season ended last weekend in the NCAA Tournament, losing to Duke, but the year of experience that the Jays have acquired has the ability to catapult the team in 2018 ahead of the pack.   The Jays stormed out of the gate winning their first four games of 2017. The thriller against Loyola and workman-like effort against North Carolina were signs that Hopkins was hoping for a push…

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Mapping Denver’s Dance to Round 2

May 12, 2017

One of the sweetest times of the year is upon us: May Madness. If this season’s rankings were any indicator, this year’s postseason dance is truly anything goes. The BIG10 made a splash with all six programs in the Top 20 at one point, and despite Denver University’s resume of a season schedule and wins, they were pushed around by the ripple effects of rankings this year. Now, the Pioneers…

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Barn-burner in Ithaca as Tigers fall to Big Red

May 2, 2017

The Princeton Tigers had a chance at a title on Saturday, but Cornell played spoiler with an 18-17 Big Red win at Schoellkopf Field. It was senior day for the Big Red, who sent their fans home happy, though there will be no playoffs in Ithaca. For the Tigers, the loss was just a small bump in the road that will ultimately take them to the Ivy tournament this Friday…

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12-9 Victory for Princeton Secures Ivy Berth

April 24, 2017

PRINCETON, N.J. – On senior day, the Princeton Tigers defeated the Harvard Crimson 12-9 at Sherrerd Field while clinching themselves a berth in in the Ivy tournament. The Tigers battled a downpour as well as a team fighting for their playoff lives. The Crimson had to win to keep their playoff dreams alive. The loss knocks them out of contention for the Ivy tournament. Last season the Crimson spoiled the…

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